Thats fairly easy to do. First block the wheels so the vehicle will not roll. Put the transmission into neutral. Go under the car and on the drivers side of the transmission pan you will see the linkage. Remove the pin holding the linkage to the transmission. The linkage should slide in and out of the transmission shift bracket easily. If not loosen the nut on the linkage and adjust it until the linkage slides in and out without binding.
The linkages on a 350 Turbo transmission is adjusted by lessening the connector and moving it in either direction. This controls the point at which the vehicle shifts when the lever is moved.
With your hands.
Check the shifter linkages and adjust if needed. The linkage may be in d2 when the indicator shows drive.
Sounds like you need to adjust the linkage.
The turbo 350 transmission came in a 1979 ElCamino.
The serial number of your 350 Turbo transmission can be found on the transmission. The transmission should have a specification tag. The tag should be on top of the transmission.
What does the in side of a pontiac 350 turbo transmission look like in side 1972Can you show me
I have a 350 turbo in mine Just about any transmission will work! Powerglide, Turbo 350 (lockup or non) or Turbo 400, even 700r4.
It will if it is a turbo 350 with a Chevrolet mounting pattern.
No turbo 350's in 1992.
Your and Idiot.